Beth Nielsen ChapmanDate / 2014-10-13 12:29:25
Local star, special guests and BBC’s The Voice 2013 UK winner, successful songwriter/singer, Ruth Trimble and Andrea Begley. From hit song writing for other performers to recording their own, double Grammy-nominated numbers, Beth Nielsen Chapman, singer-songwriter based on Nashville has really embraced diversity of music. A survivor of breast cancer, activist environmental, workshop’s teacher and lecturer on the enchantment of creativity, she is penned many hits and written numbers for several top artists together with Emmylou Harris, Bonnie Raitt, Elton John, Bette Midler, Trisha Yearwood, Neil Diamond, Michael McDonald, Martina McBride, Keb Mo’, Amy Grant, Waylon Jennings, Roberta Flack, Willie Nelson, Faith Hill, Bette Lavette and lot more. Their music has been listening on ER, Creek of Dawson, Providence, Felicity and in film soundtracks, together with The Prince of Egypt, The Rookie, Message in a Bottle, Practical Magic and Where the Heart Is. Smash-hit “This Kiss,” sung by Faith Hill as well as written by Beth, was 1999 Song Of The Year of ASCAP, garnered a nomination of Grammy and Nashville 1999 Songwriter of the Year of NAMMY.
In between own recordings of Beth, the revolutionary “Sand & Water,” released following the death of their partner from cancer in the year 1994, was completed by Elton John on their 1997 tour to U.S. in position of “Candle In The Wind” to honor the remembrance of Princess Diana. Still Deeper was voted “Album of the Year” by Terry Wogan of BBC2. Beth even exposed Look, co-formed with the famous Peter Collins, marking “I Find Your Love” written for the film Calendar Girls with Patrick Doyle.
Back to Love, exposed in the year 2010, spawned two smash hits on Radio 2 BBC, and in the year 2012 Beth started, The Mighty Sky, a romping album of songs regarding the astronomy’s wonders which gained a nomination of 2014 Grammy for “Best Children’s Album.”